Published January 22nd, 2017 by Captiva Publishing
Amazon Kindle: 275 pages
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Contemporary, Inspirational
SYNOPSIS FROM GOODREADS
“Uh, oh, what did I do?”
A lonely divorcee…
A rancher who can lose everything…
One website that matches them for marriage…
They have to learn about the importance of decisions and family or lose their one shot at love.
Stuck in a town where everyone knows her and her ex-husband, Rachel is distinctly aware of who chose his side – everyone – and who chose her side – no one. Even her hairstylist won’t schedule her.
But when she finds herself alone with a bottle of chianti and the internet, Rachel stumbles upon Clickandwed.com. The survey is easy and clicking “I Do” seems to be the magic button she’s been searching for.
Before she can snap out of her decision, she finds herself packed and flying across the country to meet her new husband.
Would her new life be better or worse than the hell she left behind?
I could say finding myself reading this book is funny… and spooky.
I telling my friends this week that I needed books with more a realistic approach to romance. I love the billionaire and bad boy stories, but I needed something that I could relate too. Something that could give me hope, that regular people could fall in love and that fighting for a marriage mattered.
With this click, I thee wed was the answer to all of what I was looking for and even though it wasn’t ground breaking for me as a romance, it had all those little details that I’d longed to read on a book about marriage. I’m not more a hopeless romantic than the rest but I do believe in fighting for your marriage, when the husband is not abusive, of course.
Rachel and Logan are an amazing couple. How the got together is even more crazy. Who would have thought that a matchmaking online site would be able to actually match you with your other half just by answering the right questions? I wouldn’t have thought that at all.
I could sing the praises for the story line and the plot until you got tired of hearing me. It was a slow build and it was different from what I’m reading lately but it was just as endearing for me as you could imagine. I’m just sappy like that and seeing the characters grow into a marriage was so satisfying.
One negative was that we only got to see Rachel’s point of view. There were times I would have loved to see Logan’s side of things. The good thing about Rachel telling the story was that the author was consistent with her writing. The character’s mind showed how she was worried about a lot of things and how she grew during the book. It was a little bit annoying at times but I could put it aside because I saw some things in the way Rachel thought that reminded me of myself. We don’t speak all of our thoughts so…
Another, kind of negative, and this is just in my personal opinion, was the lack of sexy times. This book is a romance and doesn’t have a pinch of sex in it. It could be a blessing or a curse, in my opinion it was a blessing for the story that the author was trying to tell, but at the same time I love me some sexy times *wink*
I would love to get my hands on the rest of the series this book is part of. I think I should find a way to get a new job so I could get the money to buy them all *laugh*
Recommending this books to all of you that believe in marriage and that it’s worth putting in the effort to make it work. Clean romance with realistically looking characters and a beautiful HEA.
Real people, real loss, real love.
USA Today Bestselling author, Bonnie focuses on the emotional thrill of the romance, the discovery of self and the dynamic forces at play to both pull and push love growth.
With 6 children and her own eternal romance at home, Bonnie lives her own dream every day. She’s spoiled with blessings and wants to share the joy of ever-after possibilities with others.
Whether it’s a happy-ever-after or a happy-for-now, the emotions will leave you story drunk for days, if not years.
Feel good romances with sweet twists. Or is it Sweet romances with bold twists? You decide.
You’ll be able to say where you were when you closed the book.
Surviving all things real and coming out better on the other side.
Some of her favorite authors are Robyn Carr, Pamela Kelley, and Christine Kingsley!